Sculpting Reality: Information in Our Hands

Jay Simple, A Whistle For The Boy Who Never Made A Sound, 2018, image mounted to protest sign, 20” x 30”

Curated by:
Becci Davis + Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sánchez

k. funmilayo aileru, Mary-Kim Arnold, Jacques Bidon
Laura Lamb Brown-Lavoie, Ian J. G. Cozzens, Becci Davis
Jeremy Ferris, Gaby Hurtado-Ramos, Janaya Kizzie
Jazzmen Lee-Johnson, Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sánchez
Walker Mettling, SIRAP, Shey ‘Rí Acu’ Rivera Ríos, Jay Simple, Kei Soares Cobb

Exhibition Dates: September 26 – November 7, 2020

Gallery Hours: Wed. Fri. Sat. 11am – 3pm + Thurs. 4 – 7pm, or by appointment

About the Exhibition:
Media captures much more information than it communicates explicitly. 

The content of print media, broadcast, and digital spaces builds landscapes of information in sometimes unintended, yet revealing ways. The necessity to sift through this information creates a space where the public experiences chance encounters with content that fall outside the lines of their intended searches. What happens when an article seems to align with a nearby advertisement, or a story is morphed through acts of translation between formats, or when information is expanded, disputed, or disrupted by live commentary, annotation, and editing? 

Given this shifting terrain, what are our responsibilities as consumers, curators, as sculptors of reality?

Jamestown Arts Center | Location: 18 Valley Street, Jamestown, Rhode Island 02835 | Mailing Address: PO Box 97, Jamestown,
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